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Charles Krug Zinfandel Port Lot XVIII, Limited Release 375 ml
Charles Krug Zinfandel Port Lot XVIII, Limited Release 375 ml
Our Price: $37.99

WINEMAKER'S NOTES:

“A savory composition of berry preserves, toffee and spicy oak aromatics serves as a beautiful introduction to our latest offering. This elegant wine lingers on the palate, slowly drifting to a chewy, yet supple finish.”

2011 Graham's Vintage Porto, 375 ml
2011 Graham's Vintage Porto, 375 ml
Our Price: $44.99

Rating: 96 Points (Wine Spectator)

"Offers a decadently fruity aroma, with peppery accents to the cherry, raspberry and dark currant flavors that are lithe and juicy. Grippy tannins grace the mocha- and chocolate-infused finish."


1995 Quinta Da Chousa Vintage Porto, 750 ml
1995 Quinta Da Chousa Vintage Porto, 750 ml
Our Price: $44.99

1997 Smith Woodhouse Vintage Porto, 750 ml
1997 Smith Woodhouse Vintage Porto, 750 ml
Our Price: $45.99

Rating: 90-94 Points (Wine Spectator)

”This young Port has plenty of berry, floral and bark aromas and flavors. Full-bodied, lightly sweet and very tannic, with an outstanding finish. This has grip.”

2000 Churchill's Vintage Porto, 375 ml
2000 Churchill's Vintage Porto, 375 ml
Our Price: $49.99

Rating: 95 Points (Wine Spectator – James Suckling)

This young Port shows intense aromas of black licorice and berries. It's full-bodied, with superfine tannins and a long, long finish. Seductive. Fantastic young Port from Churchill. Best ever. Best after 2012. 2,000 cases made.” May 15, 2003

2007 Graham's Vintage Porto, 375 ml
2007 Graham's Vintage Porto, 375 ml
Our Price: $54.99

Rating: 96 Points (Wine Spectator)

“Great nose of crushed blackberry, currant and grape skin. Intense. Full-bodied, dense and beautiful, with big, polished tannins and a long, long finish. Very sweet. This is a superb young vintage Port. Could match or better the fabulous 2000 Graham.”


1992 Graham's "Malvedos" Vintage Porto, 375 ml
1992 Graham's "Malvedos" Vintage Porto, 375 ml
Our Price: $57.99

Rating: 92 Points (Robert Parker)

“Typically sweet, plump, fleshy, and fat, the opaque purple-colored 1992 Malvedos Vintage Port reveals copious aromas of flowers, licorice, and black fruits, gorgeously-seductive, voluptuously-textured flavors, light tannin, and a long, alcoholic finish.”

2005 Niepoort Vintage Porto, 375ml
2005 Niepoort Vintage Porto, 375ml
Our Price: $59.99

Rating: 97 Points (Wine Enthusiast)

“Fine, elegant, mineral but not balsamic, the floral and fruity character are enhanced. The taste continues fine, although it's a tannic wine. Rich but not excessive and with a long spicy aftertaste. Impressive finesse even though robust.

2000 Gould Campbell Vintage Porto 375 ml
2000 Gould Campbell Vintage Porto 375 ml
Our Price: $59.99

Review: Wine Spectator

"Very perfumed and beautiful, with a generous, ripeberry, cherry and mineral character and masses of fruit. Full-bodied and fat, it's medium-sweet with a long, tannic finish. A big and voluptuous young vintage Port"

1995 Smith Woodhouse Vintage Porto, 750 ml
1995 Smith Woodhouse Vintage Porto, 750 ml
Our Price: $59.99

Tasting Notes: Wine Chateau

“The color is an intense and deep ruby red. The nose is brimming with ripe red fruits and there are also soft and delicious aromas of black plums and hints of cherries. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, with an exquisite and balanced structure full of finesse. The Smith Woodhouse LBV 1995 is already showing excellent bottle age characteristics and is now drinking very well but will continue to improve over the coming years.”